Donald Duck Cafe Comes to Japan

A pop-up event in Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka

Kim   - 2 min read

Since his debut in 1934, Donald Duck has become one of Disney's most-loved characters – and he holds the title for the most featured one, having appeared in more short films and feature-length films than any other Disney character. A special pop-up café event taking place in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya this May and June celebrates all things Donald Duck, with a range of themed eats, drinks, and merchandise available for purchase.

The fun menu includes options like the Happy! Donald Curry Rice or the Angry! Donald Tomato Pasta plate (¥ 2,079 each including tax), or if you're after something sweet you may prefer the LOVE Bouquet frozen yogurt (¥ 1,639 including tax). The drinks are also themed, with fruit juices, sodas, smoothies, tea, and coffee available to choose from.

The Happy! Donald Duck Curry Rice
The Happy! Donald Duck Curry Rice (Photo: Legs Co., Ltd.)

For those wanting a souvenir from their café visit, event-exclusive merchandise can be purchased at the venues, including reusable tote bags, key chains, stickers, badges, and more.

The eco tote bags are just one of the merch options available
The eco tote bags are just one of the merch options available (Photo: Legs Co., Ltd.)

Reservations for the event are recommended, and they can be made by visiting the official website.

Getting there

Tokyo (13th May - 18th July)

The Tokyo event takes place at Oh My Cafe Tokyo, located on the 3rd floor of the Tokyu Plaza Omotesando complex. It can be accessed in just a minute on foot from the Tokyo Metro Meijijingumae (Harajuku) Station.

Osaka (2nd June - 24th July)

The Osaka event takes place at Oh My Cafe Osaka, located just two minutes on foot from Shinsaibashi Station on the Osaka Metro's Midosuji Line and the Nagahori Tsurumi-ryokuchi Line.

Nagoya (9th June - 31st July)

The Nagoya event takes place at Kawara Cafe & Kitchen, located within the PARCO Nagoya South Building (5th floor). It can be accessed in just 5 minutes on foot from Yabachō Station, served by the Nagoya Municipal Subway's Meijō Line.

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